Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by bernie, May 7, 2021.
I'm also tire of labels, price tags, etc that are perma glued. I have resorted to scraping with razor blades, sand paper, bench grinder with wire wheel sometimes.
Works for me
Then, I use either WD40 or Denatured Alcohol. I always start with WD40 first, since it seems to be more forgiving to different kinds of plastic. Denatured Alcohol can melt some plastics.
Acetone is stinky and aggressive. I haven't needed to resort to Acetone.
Alcohol sometimes works
Never acetone on plastic
if you want to put printed labels on you boxes use “easy peel” labels, they come right off
Wife is notorious for not removing labels off dishes. One day, our dishwasher wouldn't drain (the machine, not the wife). There were all the labels. Clogging the drains and drain filters.
And it'll discolor about any type of plastic or painted surface.
Next label covers the goo and remnants.
Acetaminophen removes labels?
Can’t be stuck if it’s a liquid.
A hair drier on high, a heat gun may melt the plastic
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